freecloud13(or Vesna) is a member from Italy . She has been a member for over 3 years (1139 days).
My name is Vesna
(by the way, I know that my name means spring in many Slavic languages!), I'm interested in foreign languages, I enjoy photography, travelling, reading and I love cats.
You can write to me in any of the languages that I speak, plus Spanish, Portuguese and French - some way or another I should be able to understand those, too.
I used to have many pen-friends from all over the world in the 1990s, so despite the convenience of electronic communication, I still like handwritten mail.
I welcome any postcard and I'd like you to fill the space on the back. Tell me anything, introduce yourself, or tell me something about the postcard you're sending me, or the place where you live, or the book you're reading or something like that. Don't be shy, don't say just 'hi'. If you're not very fluent in English, write in your native language, it will be even more interesting for me. I welcome every postcard, but I'm not every keen on handmade ones. Some advertising ones are OK, as long as you tell me what it says.
cats (especially white!)
castles (Neuschwanstein castle - German postcrossers, if you have a postcard of that for me, it will make e incredibly happy!)
Buddhist temples and statues
humorous photos (nothing offensive, thank you)
aerial views of US cities
black and white
children book illustration
anything that has to do with books and reading
*Postcrossers from Belarus, I would love to receive postcards of Белавежская Пушча.
Please, do not send folded greeting cards. They are not postcards. If you can't help it, please cut the blank part off to make it a postcard and send it without the envelope.
I am open to private swaps, but at the moment I will only accept swaps with Japan, because I have a special interest in that country. 私は十年間以上前に大学で日本語を勉強したから日本人の方とswapすると嬉しい。残念ですが、私は簡単な日本語だけができます。(-_-)
Postcards with place names or other text written in Cyrillic, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese or any other non-Latin script are very welcome.
If you use a nice stamp I'll be even happier.
Occasionally postcards get lost and expire. I hate it when that happens, the Italian mail service isn't always suitably efficient. :-( When possible, I will send my postcards from Slovenia, where mail service is more reliable (and stamps are nicer!).
P.S. If you're sending me a postcard, please, do not ask me to send you one back. I think the Postcrossing site works fine as it is: you request one random address, you get one random card back. If you send me a postcard, you will already be getting one back from another random Postcrossing member.